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Sebi Postpones Direct ETF Buying Rule - What It Means For Eligible Investors?

Sebi Postpones Direct ETF Buying Rule - What It Means For Eligible Investors?

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has extended the deadline for directly buying exchange-traded funds (ETFs) from mutual fund asset management companies (AMCs) by three months to November 1, 2022.

29 July 2022
HDFC Mutual Fund Launches NIFTY NEXT 50 And NIFTY 100 ETFs; Subscription Ends August 1

HDFC Mutual Fund Launches NIFTY NEXT 50 And NIFTY 100 ETFs; Subscription Ends August 1

HDFC Mutual Fund’s NIFTY NEXT 50 ETF and NIFTY 100 ETF will track the NIFTY NEXT 50 and NIFTY 100 total return index, respectively. HDFC Mutual Fund said the...

25 July 2022

Monthly Contribution To SIP Up In May By Rs 423 Crore, Says Amfi Report

The Association of Mutual Funds in India has in its monthly industry data revealed that the monthly systematic investment plan (SIP) contribution stood at Rs...

Sebi Allows Passive ELSS Schemes; Calls For More Transparency In ETFs And Index Funds

Sebi Allows Passive ELSS Schemes; Calls For More Transparency In ETFs And Index Funds

Sebi allows asset management companies to launch passive ELSS schemes from July 1, 2022.

24 May 2022

Nifty 50 Based ETFs, Index Funds Cross Rs 2 Lakh Crore In AUM

The Nifty 50 index-linked passive funds account for 40 per cent of total passive funds AUMs in India. Also, 82 new passive products were launched in FY22

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20 March 2022
Gold ETFs Log Rs 248 Crore Outflow In February

Gold ETFs Log Rs 248 Crore Outflow In February

Net outflows from the gold ETFs were at Rs 452 crore in the month of January. Prior to that, the asset class had seen a net investment of Rs 313 crore.


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